School of Education celebrates student awards
On Wednesday, April 19, 2017, School of Education faculty, students, and families gathered in Hill Memorial Library's Lecture Hall to celebrate student accomplishments.
Dissertation of the Year | presented by Dr. Mitchell
Michelle DeMeulenaere, A study of the relationship of stress, burnout, hardiness, and social support in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten teachers
Thesis of the Year | presented by Dr. Wheeler
Heather M. Reames,The effects of teacher induction programs on teacher retention in early childhood
Graduate Publication of the Year 2016-2017 | presented by Dr. Tobin & Dr. Hayes
Elder, A. (2016). Examining the equity of a teacher observation rubric: A mixed methods approach. Research Issues in Contemporary Education, 1(1), 33-42.
Early Childhood Education | presented by Dr. DiCarlo
Outstanding Engagement and Advocacy Award, Kali Boquet
Outstanding Student Teacher/Practitioner, Dena Pappas
Elementary Education | presented by Dr. Sulentic Dowell & Janet Kirshner
Outstanding Elementary Education Teacher Candidate Award, Alexandra Chenevert and Bethany McIlwain
Secondary Holmes | presented by Dr. Bach & Dr. Webb
Outstanding Secondary Holmes Teacher Candidate, Melissa Easley
Outstanding Secondary Holmes Teacher Research Project and Presentation, Victoria Herrmann
Outstanding Secondary Holmes Teacher Research Project, Robin Bowman
Higher Education | presented by Dr. Blanchard
Outstanding Higher Education Researcher, Andrew Bell
Outstanding Master’s Thesis, Tiffany Sheirling
Special Education | presented by Dr. Mooney
Outstanding First Year Special Education Student Award, Kellen Van Horn
Outstanding Student Teacher Award, Renee Angelle
Counselor Education | presented by Dr. Gintner
Outstanding Achievement, Michelle Robichaux
Curriculum Theory | presented by Dr. Hendry
Curriculum Theory Peer Reviewed Book Chapter Award, Maria F.G. Wallace
Wallace, M. F. G. (2016). Trash or treasure: Re-conceptualizing my ruins as a tool for reimagining the nature of science teacher education. In G.A. Buck, & V.L. Akerson, (Eds. pp. 341-362). Allowing our professional knowledge of pre-service science teacher education to be enhanced by self-study research: Turning a critical eye on our practice. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International.
Curriculum Theory Peer-Reviewed Book or Edited Book Award, S.C. Wooten
Wooten, S. C., & Mitchell, R. W. (Eds.). (2016). Preventing sexual violence on campus: Challenging traditional approaches through program innovation. New York, NY: Routledge.
Educational Leadership | presented by Dr. Hayes
Outstanding Educational Leadership Doctoral Student, Latrisha Dean
Educational Research | presented by Dr. MacGregor
Outstanding Dissertation Award, Adam Elder
Outstanding Educational Researcher, Lester Archer
Undergraduate and graduate scholarship recipients were also recognized.
The LSU School of Education (SOE) offers graduate and undergraduate programs in Curriculum and Instruction and in Educational Leadership, Research, and Counseling. The School’s mission is to prepare P-12 educational professionals to be leaders, practitioners and scholars knowledgeable in contemporary educational issues.
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The College of Human Sciences & Education (CHSE) is a nationally accredited division of Louisiana State University. The College is comprised of the School of Education, the School of Leadership and Human Resource Development, the School of Kinesiology, the School of Library and Information Science, the School of Social Work, and the University Laboratory School. These combined schools offer 8 undergraduate degree programs and 18 graduate programs, enrolling more than 1,900 undergraduate and 977 graduate students. The College is committed to achieving the highest standards in teaching, research, and service and is continually working to improve its programs.
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